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I'm currently using Twinmos PC3200 that is rated at 3-4-4-8 @ 400 DDR. I am however running DDR367, could I lower the timings... maybe with more voltage on the mem? What settings could I use?
 

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Why are you running the DDR speed lower anyway. I dunno, but does the DDR speed for AMD's make a big speed difference? Or is latency more important?
 

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I have DDR400 so I have room to overclock, as u can see it's speeds are above DDR333 so I can't use DDR333. And yes AMD's love low timings. On my board I can't increase the cpu vcore so this is as high as I can go FSB-wise, now I just need to smooth out the memory timings.
 

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